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Home in means to find and move directly toward something. Hone in means to focus or give attention to something.
Farther refers to a greater physical distance, while further describes a greater figurative distance.
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"Taught" is the past tense and the past participle of the verb "teach." Learn how to use it correctly in your writing.
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A proofreader reads a book from cover to cover to check for errors before it is finally printed. If that sounds like the job for you, then you have come to the right place.
"Principle" and "principal" are two easily confused words because they sound very similar. In this article, you'll learn everything you need to know about principle vs. principal so that you can choose the right word every time.
Do you suffer from imposter syndrome when it comes to your writing? You're not alone! Many writers feel like they aren't good enough. In this article, we share tips for overcoming imposter syndrome as a writer.